From the Top Rope: 2024 WWE Funko Pops Launch with a Bang

WWE Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

Funko Pop! WWE Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

Available from January 17th at:

Entertainment Earth
Amazon (Wrestlemania 30 – Opening Toast)
Target (The Hurricane)
Target (Rikishi)
Funko Shop

The WWE Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures 2024 release is here, and it’s like a Royal Rumble in a box – where everyone’s too cute to tap out. If your shelves could talk, they’d be trash-talking each other in anticipation of hosting these pop-sized powerhouses of charisma.

UPDATE: The WWE Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures will be released on January 17! To get your hands on these Pop Vinyl Figures at their release, be sure to check out the links I’ve provided below – click to jump or scroll to continue reading!

Who said you couldn’t take WWE’s electrifying energy home? Feast your eyes on these vibrant Funko Pop! Vinyl figures that are as charismatic as their real-life wrestling counterparts.

Starting with Braun Strowman, his Funko captures the raw power and intensity he’s known for, right down to the imposing beard and battle-ready stance.

Complete with his iconic red, white, and blue singlet, Kurt Angle looks like he’s just stepped out of an Olympic ring rather than a toy box.

“Rowdy” Roddy Piper’s vinyl has that mischievous glint in his eyes, an unmistakable kilt, and bagpipes that scream ‘trouble’ in the cutest way possible.

Then there’s Shotzi Blackheart, her Funko Pop! complete with her signature green hair and tank – she’s all set to blast off into wrestling and pop culture stardom.

Hulk Hogan’s “Hulkamania” runs wild in vinyl form, with his unmistakable yellow and red bandana and mustache.

“The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes’ figure stands out with his bleach-blond hair and patriotic gear, a nod to his storied lineage and in-ring flair.

The Wrestlemania 30 Funko Pop! Moment is a triple threat of nostalgia and star power, capturing the iconic trio – The Rock, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, and Hulk Hogan in their Wrestlemania opening toast moment, forever immortalized in vinyl.

These figures are a nod to the legends, a slice of WWE history for wherever you need a tag team of nostalgia and style.

Here’s the WWE Funko Pops list for the 2024 release:

  • Braun Strowman Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Kurt Angle Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • “Rowdy” Roddy Piper Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Shotzi Blackheart Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Hulk Hogan “Hulkamania” Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • “The American Nightmare” Cody Cody Rhodes Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • Wrestlemania 30 Opening Toast: The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Hulk Hogan Funko Pop! Moment Vinyl Figures
  • Rikishi Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Target Exclusive
  • The Hurricane Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Target Exclusive
  • Samizayn Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Funko Shop Exclusive

The new WWE Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release) can be purchased at the links below (click to jump!)

Funko Pop! WWE Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

Funko Pop! WWE Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

WWE Exclusives Rikishi, The Hurricane and Samizayn Funko Pops

How Did WWE Wrestlers Slam Their Way into Pop Culture’s Heart?

Have you ever wondered how WWE superstars moonlight as your pop culture icons? Well, it’s not just by flexing muscles in the ring.

These wrestlers have pinned down a significant spot in the world beyond the squared circle, turning into household names and even, believe it or not, policy influencers.

And no, I’m not spinning a yarn here.

Take Jesse Ventura, for example. This man wasn’t content with just body slams; he went on to govern Minnesota. Talk about a career switch!

His journey from the ring to the governor’s mansion was more than a simple career leap; it was a cultural earthquake, turning him into a pop culture meme before we even knew what memes were.

Then there’s the iconic Roddy Piper. He wasn’t just a fierce competitor; he was a natural on talk shows and a star in cult classics.

His legendary line from ‘They Live’ – you know, the one about bubblegum – is still a fan favorite. Piper didn’t just live in the wrestling world; he took over pop culture with his charisma and acting chops.

El Santo, the Mexican wrestling legend, is another name you can’t ignore. This masked marvel wasn’t just a ring sensation; he was a silver-screen superhero.

His legacy goes beyond the mat – he’s a cultural icon in Mexico, inspiring generations of luchadores and movie buffs alike.

Switching gears to more recent times, Batista’s jump from the ropes to the red carpet is nothing short of impressive. Playing Drax in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’?

That’s a cosmic leap from the WWE universe, blending wrestling fame with Hollywood glam.

Mick Foley’s contribution is also noteworthy. His bestselling autobiography did more than just tell his story; it shattered the myth that wrestling fans don’t read.

Foley opened the floodgates for a whole new genre of wrestling literature, proving there’s a market for tales from the ring.

Gorgeous George, the original showman, knew how to work the TV cameras back when wrestling first graced the small screen. He was a television pioneer, laying the groundwork for the showbiz aspect of wrestling.

And how can we talk about WWE’s influence on pop culture without mentioning John Cena and Steve Austin?

Cena’s transition from the ring to the movie set and his record-breaking charity work have made him a beloved figure in and out of the wrestling world.

With his anti-hero persona, Austin captivated audiences beyond just wrestling fans, making ‘Stone Cold’ a household name.

Lastly, the titans of this crossover are The Rock and Hulk Hogan. The Rock’s journey from being the guy fans loved to hate to a global movie star is nothing short of spectacular.

As for Hogan, his larger-than-life persona transcended wrestling, making him a symbol of the sport itself.

WWE’s impact on pop culture is not just about wrestling; it’s about creating icons who leap from the ring into our daily lives, showing us that their talents and charisma know no bounds.

Funko Pop! WWE Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2024 release)

Available from January 17th at:

Entertainment Earth
Amazon (Wrestlemania 30 – Opening Toast)
Target (The Hurricane)
Target (Rikishi)
Funko Shop

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